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2019 Asian Athletics Championships

The 2019 Asian Athletics Championships was the 23rd edition of the Asian Athletics Championships. It was held from 21 to 24 April 2019 at the Khalifa International Stadium in Doha, Qatar. During the closing ceremony of the 22nd Asian Athletics Championships in Bhubaneswar India, President of Asian Athletics Association (AAA) Dahlan Al Hamad officially handed over the AAA Flag to Qatar Olympic Committee Secretary-General and Qatar Athletics Federation President Thani Abdulrahman Al Kuwari.[1] The event will be held at the Khalifa International Stadium and will serve as the test event for the 2019 athletics World Championships which are being held at the same venue.[2][3]

2019 Asian Championships
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Host cityQatar Doha, Qatar
Date(s)21–24 April
Main stadiumKhalifa International Stadium
Participation595 athletes from
43 nations
Events43

ResultsEdit

MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
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Yoshihide Kiryū
  Japan
10.10 Lalu Muhammad Zohri
  Indonesia
10.13 NR Wu Zhiqiang
  China
10.18 PB
200 metres
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Xie Zhenye
  China
20.33 Yuki Koike
  Japan
20.55 Yaqoob Eid Salem
  Bahrain
20.84
400 metres
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Yousef Karam
  Kuwait
44.84 NR Abbas Abubakar Abbas
  Bahrain
45.14 PB Mikhail Litvin
  Kazakhstan
45.25 NR
800 metres
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Abubaker Haydar Abdalla
  Qatar
1:44.33 PB, WL Ebrahim Al-Zofairi
  Kuwait
1:46.88 SB Jamal Hairane
  Qatar
1:47.27
1500 metres
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Abraham Rotich
  Bahrain
3:42.85 SB Ajay Kumar Saroj
  India
3:43.18(.174) SB Adam Ali Mousab
  Qatar
3:43.18(.180) SB
5000 metres
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Birhanu Balew
  Bahrain
13:37.42 Albert Rop
  Bahrain
13:37.57 Hiroki Matsueda
  Japan
13:45.44
10,000 metres
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Dawit Fikadu
  Bahrain
28:26.30 PB Hassan Chani
  Bahrain
28:31.30 SB Gavit Murli Kumar
  India
28:38.34 PB
110 metres hurdles
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Xie Wenjun
  China
13.21 CR, PB, WL Yaqoub Al-Youha
  Kuwait
13.35 NR Chen Kuei-ru
  Chinese Taipei
13.39 =NR
400 metres hurdles
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Abderrahman Samba
  Qatar
47.51 CR, WL Chen Chieh
  Chinese Taipei
48.92 PB Jabir Madari Palliyalil
  India
49.13 PB
3000 metres steeplechase
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John Kibet Koech
  Bahrain
8:25.87 WL Avinash Sable
  India
8:30.19 Kazuya Shiojiri
  Japan
8:32.25
4×100 metres relay
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  Thailand (THA)
Ruttanapon Sowan
Bandit Chuangchai
Jirapong Meenapra
Siripol Punpa
38.99   Chinese Taipei (TPE)
Wei Yi-ching
Wang Wei-hsu
Yang Chun-han
Lin Hung-min
39.18 SB   Oman (OMA)
Mohammed Al-Balushi
Barakat Al-Harthi
Mohamed Obaid Al-Saadi
Ammar Al-Saifi
39.36 NR
4×400 metres relay
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  Japan (JPN)
Julian Walsh
Kentaro Sato
Rikuya Ito
Kota Wakabayashi
3:02.94   China (CHN)
Lu Zhiquan
Wu Lei
Yang Lei
Wu Yuang
3:03.55 NR   Qatar (QAT)
Ashraf Hussein Osman
Abubaker Haydar Abdalla
Bassem Hemeida
Abderrahman Samba
3:03.95
High jump
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Majd Eddin Ghazal
  Syria
2.31 m =WL Takashi Eto
  Japan
2.29 m Naoto Tobe
  Japan
2.26 m
Pole vault
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Ernest Obiena
  Philippines
5.71 m CR, NR Zhang Wei
  China
5.66 m PB Huang Bokai
  China
5.66 m SB
Long jump
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Yuki Hashioka
  Japan
8.22 m PB, =WL Zhang Yaoguang
  China
8.13 m SB Huang Changzhou
  China
7.97 m SB
Triple jump
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Ruslan Kurbanov
  Uzbekistan
16.93 m PB Zhu Yaming
  China
16.87 m *SB Xu Xiaolong
  China
16.81 m
Shot put
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Tejinder Pal Singh Toor
  India
20.22 m SB Wu Jiaxing
  China
20.03 m PB Ivan Ivanov
  Kazakhstan
19.09 m
Discus throw
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Ehsan Haddadi
  Iran
65.95 m CR Behnam Shiri
  Iran
60.89 m Musaeb Al-Momani
  Jordan
58.27 m SB
Hammer throw
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Dilshod Nazarov
  Tajikistan
76.14 m SB Ashraf Amgad El-Seify
  Qatar
73.76 m Suhrob Khodjaev
  Uzbekistan
72.85 m
Javelin throw
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Cheng Chao-tsun
  Chinese Taipei
86.72 m CR, WL Shivpal Singh
  India
86.23 m PB Ryohei Arai
  Japan
81.93 m
Decathlon
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Keisuke Ushiro
  Japan
7872 pts SB Majed Radhi Al-Sayed
  Kuwait
7838 pts NR Akihiko Nakamura
  Japan
7837 pts SB

WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres
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Olga Safronova
  Kazakhstan
11.17 CR, SB Liang Xiaojing
  China
11.28 Wei Yongli
  China
11.37
200 metres
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Salwa Eid Naser
  Bahrain
22.74 CR, PB Olga Safronova
  Kazakhstan
22.87 SB Dutee Chand
  India
23.24 SB
400 metres
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Salwa Eid Naser
  Bahrain
51.34 SB Elina Mikhina
  Kazakhstan
53.19 SB M. R. Poovamma
  India
53.21
800 metres
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Gomathi Marimuthu
  India
2:02.70 PB Wang Chunyu
  China
2:02.96 SB Margarita Mukasheva
  Kazakhstan
2:03.83 SB
1500 metres
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P. U. Chitra
  India
4:14.56 Tigist Gashaw
  Bahrain
4:14.81 Winfred Yavi
  Bahrain
4:16.18 SB
5000 metres
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Winfred Mutile Yavi
  Bahrain
15:28.87 PB Bontu Rebitu
  Bahrain
15:29.60 SB Parul Chaudhary
  India
15:36.03 PB
10,000 metres
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Shitaye Habtegebrel
  Bahrain
31:15.62 CR, SB Hitomi Niiya
  Japan
31:22.63 SB Sanjivani Jadhav
  India
32:44.96 PB
100 metres hurdles
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Ayako Kimura
  Japan
13.13 Chen Jiamin
  China
13.24 PB Masumi Aoki
  Japan
13.28
400 metres hurdles
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Quách Thị Lan
  Vietnam
56.10 SB Aminat Yusuf Jamal
  Bahrain
56.39 SB Sarita Gayakwad
  India
57.22
3000 metres steeplechase
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Winfred Yavi
  Bahrain
9:46.18 SB Xu Shuangshuang
  China
9:51.76 SB Tigest Mekonen
  Bahrain
9:53.96 SB
4×100 metres relay
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  China (CHN)
Liang Xiaojing
Wei Yongli
Kong Lingwei
Ge Manqi
42.87 CR, WL   Kazakhstan (KAZ)
Rima Kashafutdinova
Elina Mikhina
Svetlana Golendova
Olga Safronova
43.36   Bahrain (BHR)
Edidiong Odiong
Iman Essa Jassim
Hajar Al-Khaldi
Salwa Eid Naser
43.61
4×400 metres relay
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  Bahrain (BHR)
Aminat Yusuf Jamal
Iman Essa Jassim
Zainab Mohammed
Salwa Eid Naser
3:32.10 SB   India (IND)
Prachi
M. R. Poovamma
Sarita Gayakwad
V. K. Vismaya
3:32.21 SB   Japan (JPN)
Mae Hirosawa
Seika Aoyama
Konomi Takeishi
Yuna Iwata
3:34.88 SB
High jump
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Nadiya Dusanova
  Uzbekistan
1.90 m Nadezhda Dubovitskaya
  Kazakhstan
1.88 m PB Svetlana Radzivil
  Uzbekistan
1.88 m
Pole vault
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Li Ling
  China
4.61 m SB Xu Huiqin
  China
4.36 m SB Natalie Uy
  Philippines
4.20 m
Long jump
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Lu Minjia
  China
6.38 m SB Ayaka Kora
  Japan
6.16 m Yue Ya Xin
  Hong Kong
6.15 m
Triple jump
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Parinya Chuaimaroeng
  Thailand
13.72 m SB Zeng Rui
  China
13.65 m Vidusha Lakshani
  Sri Lanka
13.53 m SB
Shot put
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Gong Lijiao
  China
19.18 m SB Noora Salem Jasim
  Bahrain
18.00 m NR Song Jiayuan
  China
17.70 m
Discus throw
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Feng Bin
  China
65.36 m CR, PB Chen Yang
  China
61.87 m SB Subenrat Insaeng
  Thailand
58.20 m SB
Hammer throw
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Wang Zheng
  China
75.66 m CR, SB Luo Na
  China
72.23 m Akane Watanabe
  Japan
63.54 m
Javelin throw
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Lü Huihui
  China
65.83 m CR Annu Rani
  India
60.22 m Natta Nachan
  Thailand
56.01 m PB
Heptathlon
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Yekaterina Voronina
  Uzbekistan
6198 pts WL Swapna Barman
  India
5993 pts SB Wang Qingling
  China
5829 pts SB

MixedEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
4×400 metres relay
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  Bahrain (BHR)
Musa Isah
Aminat Yusuf Jamal
Salwa Eid Naser
Abbas Abubakar Abbas
3:15.75   India (IND)
Mohammad Anas
M. R. Poovamma
Vismaya Velluvakoroth
Arokia Rajiv
3:16.47   Japan (JPN)
Kota Wakabayashi
Konomi Takeishi
Mayu Inaoka
Kentaro Sato
3:20.29

Medal tableEdit

 
The host venue

  *   Host nation (Qatar)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Bahrain (BHR)117422
2  China (CHN)913729
3  Japan (JPN)54918
4  India (IND)37717
5  Uzbekistan (UZB)3025
6  Qatar (QAT)*2136
7  Thailand (THA)2024
8  Kazakhstan (KAZ)1438
9  Kuwait (KUW)1304
10  Chinese Taipei (TPE)1214
11  Iran (IRI)1102
12  Philippines (PHI)1012
13  Syria (SYR)1001
  Tajikistan (TJK)1001
  Vietnam (VIE)1001
16  Indonesia (INA)0101
17  Hong Kong (HKG)0011
  Jordan (JOR)0011
  Oman (OMA)0011
  Sri Lanka (SRI)0011
Totals (20 nations)434343129

Participating nationsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Doha to host 23rd Asian Athletics Championship". The Peninsula.
  2. ^ "DOHA SHOWS IT IS READY TO REACH NEW HEIGHTS FOR 2019 IAAF WORLD ATHLETICS CHAMPIONSHIPS". 27 September 2018.
  3. ^ Rowbottom, Mike (27 September 2018). "IAAF delegation blown away by Khalifa Stadium cooling system as Doha marks one-year countdown to World Championships". inside the games.
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